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Initial upgrades completed – 2007

King County protects public health and the environment by conveying and treating the region's wastewater. Many of King County's wastewater facilities are more than 40 years old and do not meet current design standards.

King County completed initial upgrades to the Murray Pump Station in 2007 when new pumps and new mechanical and electrical equipment were installed. A standby generator and odor control upgrades will be provided for the pump station by the Murray Combined Sewer Overflow Control Facility project. Additional pump repairs and upgrades will be scheduled as necessary.

The pump station is located at 7015 Beach Drive Southwest. It is an underground facility located in Lowman Beach Park  . The pump station pumps wastewater to the county's regional treatment plant at West Point in Seattle.

Need for project

  • Add capacity to meet population growth
  • Ensure safe and reliable operation
  • Replace old and outdated equipment

24-hour emergency and odor reporting:

Contact West Point Treatment Plant at  206-263-3801.

The Murray Avenue Pump Station is an underground facility located in Lowman Beach Park.